ST Engineering unveiled a suite of naval solutions at IMDEX Asia 2013 (May 14-16, 2013 ay Singapore) designed to provide users with comprehensive maritime awareness, command, control and advanced communications systems. One of the highlights this year is the Damage Control Trainer, a multi-storied, shore-based trainer that has been...
China has commissioned a long-range surveillance frigate to boost its presence in the South China Sea, the Xinhua news agency reported on Saturday. The frigate Yueyang, put into service with the South China Sea Fleet of the People's Liberation Army (PLA) Navy, is also capable of air defense and...
The U.S Department of Defense awarded contractor Booz Allen Hamilton a contract worth an estimated $65
Israel-based DSIT Solutions has announced that it has won a contract worth $3.2 million from the navy for a number of Underwater Security systems, for immediate production and delivery
Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu revealed on Monday that the Russian Navy will receive 24 submarines and 54 warships of various classes by 2020. “As a result of the implementation of the state rearmament program to 2020, the navy should receive eight nuclear-powered strategic submarines, 16 multirole submarines and 54 warships...
Rockwell Collins has won a contract potentially worth $295 million to modernize 11 E-6B communications relay and flying command post aircraft from the U.S Navy
SELEX Galileo has been awarded a contract by the Maltese Armed Forces to deliver two Janus Naval (Janus-N) electro-optic observation and fire control panoramic sights. The sights will be installed on patrol boats operated by the Armed Forces of Malta
The Pakistani Navy has inducted the P3C Long Range Maritime Patrol Aircraft into its aviation fleet which it received from U.S under Security Assistance Programme
As part of the coastal radar network built to provide security cover for India’s coastline, the Regional Operating Centre (ROC) at Mumbai and the Remote Operating Station (ROS) at Porbandar have been officially inducted into service on August 25. Developed by state-owned Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL), a chain of Remote Sensor Stations were set up along the coastline of India as part of the coastal radar network
The DCNS-led SISMARIS* R&D project was launched to further the development of a complete information system and associated technologies for extended surveillance and analysis of maritime traffic. The future system will continuously track all types of vessels at up to 400 km from the coast, compared to the range of 24 km achieved with the world’s most advanced systems today